The Face of Another ★★★★½

An incredible science-fiction b-movie premise is meditated on in a way that can only be described as Lynchian, even if it predates the man’s output. It’s bizarre and surreal, it’s human and it’s alien, it moves like a fish along the river, contemplative and slow, occasionally snagged or snared, writhing, it’s forced to fight for its own life. The editing and sound design are reason enough to check this out, breath in and breath out, observe the peculiar set design as we drift into some dream of disfigurement. I can’t wait to check out ‘Woman in the Dunes.’

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